Marcus Morris doesn’t think much of Brandon Knight, and I’m not sure he even meant to admit it.

Following the Detroit Pistons’ 102-95 win Friday night against the visiting Milwaukee Bucks, the conversation ended up on Knight and a huge turnover he made days earlier. Morris suggested he made the mistake because he’s “soft.”
Late Friday, after a 102-95 win over the Milwaukee Bucks sent the Detroit PIstons’ win streak to three games, Morris was asked about a key play two nights earlier when he stole a pass by ex-teammate Brandon Knight late in regulation. The play led to Andre Drummond’s game-tying free throws, then overtime, then victory.

Whether Morris anticipated the play because of his time as Knight’s teammate, he didn’t say.

“I don’t know. What I do know is that he’s soft,” Morris said of Knight. “Soft. He panicked. So when you’re like that, that’s the type of stuff that happens.”
He’s definitely not one to mince words is he?

By Glenn Erby

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